Jeep Wrangler Black Edition II – 2015 Geneva Live

Posted on: Mar 4, 2015 - 7:44pm IST

Reaches European markets this summer.

Jeep has introduced a special edition of the Wrangler at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, called Jeep Wrangler Black Edition II. Based on the Sahara version, it goes on sale in summer this year across Europe.

Jeep Wrangler Black Edition II front view at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show

Engine options for the Wrangler Black Edition II include a 2.8-litre diesel that makes 200 PS and a 3.6-litre V6 Pentastar petrol that makes 284 PS. Both will come mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission.

Jeep Wrangler Black Edition II front three quarter view at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show

In terms of changes, the vehicle gets a signature 7-slit grille, 18-inch alloy wheels, Mopar fuel cap, black spare wheel cover, and a raised bonnet. On the inside, it gets leather seats, a UConnect infotainment system with a 6.5-inch touchscreen, and a black trimmed dashboard.

Jeep Wrangler Black Edition II rear three quarter view at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show

The special edition will be available in both Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited trim, and comes with Dual Top removable hard top.

Jeep Wrangler Black Edition II dashboard at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show

Further information can be found in the press release below.

Jeep Wrangler Black Edition II at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show – Image Gallery

Jeep at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show – Press Release

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One thought on “Jeep Wrangler Black Edition II – 2015 Geneva Live

  1. Myotis Velifer says:

    Why not give customers what they want in a Jeep instead of letting the beancounters and corporate executives make uninformed decisions ? Customers want reliability,durability. Instead we get a Yugo that looks like a Jeep’s twin-brother. Customers want better off-road agility. Instead we get inflated over-rated off-road ability. Customers want a versatile vehicle. Instead we get some crap designed in the 1980’s with a hyped up marketing scheme. Jeep customers want a Jeep to be like the iPhone of smarthphones, but instead it is like the ZTE of smartphones. There is no reason the factory can not install better off-road accessories on the assembly line, reducing the cost. For example, The Rubicon, should not cost so much extra, and should have better appoach angles and departure angles, and torque, and ground clearance, and wheel travel, etc. A new Jeep owner, should not have to pay a special Jeep mechanic to fix something on the first 100,000 miles of the ride.

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